We love costume contests and and bags of candy, but one of our favorite parts of Halloween is the scary movies. When the sun sets and the wind picks up outside, there’s nothing quite like settling down with a big bowl of popcorn, turning the lights out and hitting play on a creepy movie. And while going to the video store to find a Blu-ray does have a certain charm, the selection of movies available for streaming these days means you can have your pick of literally hundreds of the scariest movies ever made. Watch them when you want, where you want. To help sort through the myriad choices, we picked out some of the best Halloween Movies on Netflix . So fire up the Roku or Apple TV, there’s something here for everyone in the family!
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Every year for Halloween we like to get creative and be a little mischievous. All the employees get to come in their silliest, scariest and most topical costumes. It’s always a treat.
Here are just a few of the creative costumes that roamed our sales floors.
If you weren’t here for this year’s Halloween, don’t worry we get into the Halloween spirit every October 31st. The next one may seem like a long time from now, but trust me, it’ll be here before you know it. I’m already thinking of new costume ideas to look the best.
For the weekend of Halloween, we will be having a special kid’s event. Come to the store on Saturday and Sunday between the hours of 12-4 and get the little ones a free balloon animal or have their faces painted. Pumpkins, witches and ghosts are on the artist’s list of possibilities.
Come on by and have a ghoulish time!
This past Sunday, our monthly Kids Day got a bit spooky. Decorations were scattered around our atrium, and kids were able to craft their own Halloween bracelets, trick or treat bags, pumpkin picture frames and get their faces painted with designs of ghosts, goblins and more. For the first time ever kids were able to jump on a custom hay-ride where Farmer Brown took them around our entire atrium.
If you weren’t able to make it out this weekend, don’t worry. The Kids Day event is held once a month and there are some exciting plans in the works. Customer Service Manager Cari Boyk gave me a sneak peek at what lies in the future, “The kids really liked the hay ride. I’m thinking if Santa lets us, we’ll be able to borrow his sled next time,” she said. Either way, you can be sure there will be festive treats in the upcoming Kids Days of 2010.
This Halloween, all of Abt employees wanted to have a little fun… So, they dressed for the occasion. From little red riding hood to a magician pulling a rabbit out of a hat, everyone was so creative.
There was fun for people of all ages—especially our younger friends that came in to trick-or-treat. Kids that joined in the Halloween fun got to go on hayrides, do a few crafts, and play some Halloween inspired games.
Keep an eye out for the next Kid’s activity at Abt.